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|Before the 2.worldwar, Helgoland has been a highly frequented island for holyday, recreation and experience. There was much to explore. They had numerous hotels, a great casino and even an electric elevator between the upper and the lower part. The "Lung Wai" with its cafés, craft shops and restaurants appeared like an avenue in a typical seaside resort at the turn of the century.
I have done this with lead pencil on drawing board. The views were taken from books and postcards. Originally it was just a pre-drawing for the later colour picture, but since people were interested in the copy prints also, I decided to make a separate monocrome picture in lead pencil style also.
The buyer and the whereabout is unknown.
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